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Tried Tantra's food for the first time last Friday night. I was more than pleased.
I sat at the bar and had a couple glasses of the recommended Pinot Noir (which was great), then tried the salmon tacos and mushroom risotto pakoras appetizers as my meal. They were delicious! Salmon tacos were very fresh, and both were accompanied by tasty sauces that had just enough spice. I ended with the creme brulee..Amazing! Chocolate bottom on the dessert was a great twist!
The very best most unique bead store in Georgia. So much to see....you would have to spend the whole day to see the entire collection. VINTAGE IS AMAZING. Customer service is the best. Ask for Melanie
Please think twice before going to this restaurant! There is a very expensive scam being run on restaurant patrons which will cost you $75! The restaurant has two parking areas behind the building. Our family of seven pulled into the parking area on the left side. We had a short wait, were seated, ordered dinner, ate, paid and left. (More on the food later). The cost was $159, without alcoholic beverages and with an automatic 18% gratuity added. When we got to our car, we found that two "boots" had been put on the car -- and that three other families had just encountered the same disaster. A tag on the car required us to call an 800 number to request that the boots be removed -- at a cost of $75 in cash! The "boot remover" came nearly an hour later, and worked his way through the four cars.The "boot remover" noted that our parking location was one of the busiest and most "profitable" for the company, while he was removing the boots.
You may ask "Why were you booted?" Well, everyone in the left parking lot overlooked a sign posted in the dark, covered with graffiti and stickers, which said "Pay $3 at the box" -- which couldn't be located. I went into the restaurant to request some explanation. All the hostesses and the manager acknowledged that this happened "frequently." However, they made no effort to tell patrons to park only on the right side lot. They showed me a sign, approximately 8 inches x 4 inches in the window of the restaurant noting -- Please pay parking fee. However the sign was covered up by a homeless man sitting in front of the sign on the sidewalk.
It seems counterproductive to ensure that at least one-third of the patrons in your restaurant will have to pay a "boot tax" of $75 because your staff do not actively notify patrons of this problem. The "geez whiz, this is not our problem" approach from the manager and the staff reflects poor training by the general manager and corporate folks -- or a complete disregard for treating customers with decency.
Food -- totally mediocre. Chicken was unseasoned and overpriced. (Publix friend chicken is better!). Sides were $4 each, 1/2 cup servings. Collard greens came from a can with no seasonings. Some sides came out cold. When we asked to have them replaced, they were. There was no sign of the manager on duty "Will Hudson" who seemed to be hanging out in an invisibility suit in the kitchen. Save your money and find someplace else.
But if you go, for God's Sake(!) park on the right side of the building and suffer only from mediocre food.
This place was heaven on earth the had every book it was nice clean and quiet everything a bookworm like me needs I was devested when it close I can't think of another place in Georgia that sells book in a nice clean quiet area please sign the petition at change.org
Shockingly bad! Our "French Fine Dinning". Was delivered to the table faster than a burger at McDonalds. Far from fresh. I rarely ever make it a point to write a review but you should avoid this place.
Fresh Market, Chic-fil-A, J. Christopher's, and, StarBucks. Best of the best in East Cobb. Can't wait until Common Quarter ( Muss & Turner) is open. Best collection of stores in the neighborhood. A really convenient location with easy access to Woodlawn Road and Johnson Ferry.
I had waited forever to go to del Sol, and when I finally ordered my food, brought it home, and got a chance to taste their food, I was a bit disappointed. Every time I pass by del Sol during lunch hours they are completely pack, so I'm thinking they must be good right? The salsa trio I ordered was the best part of my meal. I ordered the carintas and memphis tacos, and the shrimp and corn chowder. All of which was just not very flavorful at all. The meat was not seasoned at all to me, and to me that could have made all the difference. In my opinion the food was just too bland, no flavor, and that's bad for a mexican style of restaurant. But hey people still folk there, so something there must be good.
Excellent food and great wine selections! Wahoo Grill seems to be a great all around spot for me and my friends. We have been here before but the service and food have been getting even better and better. I spoke with the lovely waitress (Tory) and they have had a new chef for about a year now. It really shows in their food quality and taste. This is a hidden gem that flys under the radar. A must try for all Atlanta
Sevananda is the only vegetarian/vegan store in town, but don't be shy if you're not a veggie/vegan, there's lots of good stuff to sample and buy anyway.
I really like the Hot Bar on Thursdays as it's African themed and lately they've been doing a lot of Ethiopian foods.
It's in Little 5 Points, already a funky neighborhood, and always makes me feel welcome (I've even seen guys in suits there!) whenever I am shopping for some grub or some incense or herbal allergy formulas. I am going to try to shop more organic this month (as organic already means GMO-free) and see how it goes.
The previous review has got to be a joke because this place is awful. Skip it entirely. The food is bland and boring, especially the Buns. Its not even worth writing a full review on, its just awful. What a huge let down, we so wanted this place to be good.
The flagship store of The Cook's Warehouse at Midtown/Ansley Mall is "every excuse to cook!"
Love the food here and the very nice staff! They supply delicious meals for the annual Prime Time Family Reading Time bilingual literacy program at the Norcross Branch Library. Worth visit or two..or three!
Great service, super friendly, clean - plus the pizza was surprisingly good!
What happened to the hand that was painted on there years ago?
my friend went there ..worst service ever ..walked out. Server didn't even care.
sorry I won't be going. I have too many good choices in this city.
I just moved here from Chicago and was very apprehensive about ATL nightlife. Queens was just what the doctor ordered. Everyone looked sexy, the floor was packed, and the music was on point. The DJ played everything from Azonto and Kukere songs dancehall and soca, to hip hop. I was dancing until the lights came on at.....wait for it....6am!!!! Had a ball and will mos def be back.
Nice spot to hang and chill. Also buy stuff for the low.
Best shop in the Atl.
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